The popular story of how low-carb diets work goes something like this: Reducing your carbohydrate...
Let me introduce myself. My name is Mark Sisson. I’m 63 years young. I live and work in Malibu, California. In a past life I was a professional marathoner and triathlete. Now my life goal is to help 100 million people get healthy. I started this blog in 2006 to empower people to take full responsibility for their own health and enjoyment of life by investigating, discussing, and critically rethinking everything we’ve assumed to be true about health and wellness...Tell Me More
I’m thrilled to introduce the launch of an exciting new direction for our educational and publishing ambitions here at Primal Blueprint: The Primal Endurance comprehensive online multimedia educational mastery course. Quite simply, this endeavor brings the Primal Endurance book to life with a robust library of instructional and interview videos, audio content, and digital books based on content in the Primal Endurance book and podcast.
Like our Primal Health Coach course, your course enrollment avails you to an online portal where all the content is thoughtfully organized and easy to navigate. You’ll be able to stream or download the Primal Endurance book and audio book, numerous other eBooks and audio programs, and access a massive library of videos consisting of interviews with the world’s leading endurance athletes, coaches and trainers—as well as leading experts in health, science and medicine.
Seasonality may have driven the development of agriculture.
Even seated upper body activity suffices to break up sedentary time.
Old Japanese women who eat the most protein and high-antioxidant foods are the least frail.
Low-carb diets work well at getting type 2 diabetics off their meds, even left to their own devices with only occasional assistance from remote clinicians.
High cholesterol, lower Parkinson’s risk.
19-year-olds are as sedentary as 60-year-olds.
Bariatric surgery creates an entirely new microbiome.
Many surgeries rely on the placebo effect.
Fried potato consumption raises mortality risk. Is it the potatoes, the frying, or the oil?
Two years ago in 2015, I founded Primal Kitchen® because I had a vision—a vision that extended the nutrition philosophy I’d honed with the help of this blog for (then) nearly decade. I wanted to make truly healthy—Primal—eating easier and more convenient. I wanted to create the kinds of products that I would use in my own kitchen—and offer them to others with the same health goals and the same love of amazing food.
Since then, I’ve introduced more than a dozen products that do just that—some of them (I’m very proud to say) award-winning. And I’ve had a tremendous team behind this vision the whole time, helping me offer the very best in taste and nutrition—and doing the work of making Primal Kitchen choices available literally nationwide. Today I get to announce a project that’s evolved within that Primal Kitchen endeavor—an incredible collaboration among my remarkable staff, long-time friends, and even my own children: The Primal Kitchen Cookbook.
Moderate drinking emerges as a risk factor for cognitive decline.
We’re not even close to understanding the biological control of appetite.
If you’re going to take milk protein after lifting, 9 grams is the absolute minimum (and more is better).
New drugs are being fast-tracked without adequate testing.
I’ll be serving up a traditional post soon, but I thought I’d check in and see how everybody is doing. I know we have a LOT of folks participating in the 21-Day Challenge led by my excellent staff. It’s been exciting to watch from the sidelines this week—to see them share their best tips and connect with our audiences.
If you aren’t joining the crew on Vimify (or if you are!), you can check out their Instagram Story videos and photos from the Mark’s Daily Apple, Primal Blueprint, and PRIMAL KITCHEN® Instagram accounts. (Just click on the circle logos when you pull up the app to see the latest additions.) The staff and videos are all different, so you’ll get the most by following all three channels. Definitely worth popping in and seeing what they’re up to!
Have a great day, everybody, and Grok on!